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Little Maestros an interactive music class for infants and toddlers has blown away Big Apple tots and their mums.

The live four-piece band and vocalist introduce children to language and instruments through the use of catchy tunes and activities. The 45-minute class includes a live performance, puppet show, quick story time, disco dance and bubble calm down.

Founded by a former Atlantic Records executive who wasn’t satisfied with the music classes available for her daughter in 2002, Little Maestros can now be experienced by lil ones across the country through the release of their first two CDs ($14), Welcome Home and Word is on the Playground. Your kid will love listening to tunes like “Step Up.”

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Gruberr1 Gruberr1 8 years
We have loved Maestros since we started when my son was 4 months old. In fact, we are having them at his birthday party in a few months. The tunes are catchy and the class is as much fun for the parents as they are for the kids.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
Sounds interesting, although I'm not sure I'd compare it to the Wiggles. It sounds much more structured. I'd try it out, but nothing will ever replace the Wiggles for me. I go to their concerts more for me than the kids.
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